If seeing that a vehicle has a zero-star safety rating isn’t enough to frighten a person out of his or her mind, seeing said vehicle in a wreck probably is. Five cars designed for India—which has minimal safety requirements for vehicles—just received that number in crash testing, and videos from the test show why.
Whether you call it a “gut feeling,” an “inner voice” or a “sixth sense,” intuition can play a real part in people’s decision making, a new studysuggests.
For the first time, researchers devised a technique to measure intuition. After using this method, they found evidence that people can use their intuition to make faster, more accurate and more confident decisions, according to the findings, published online in April in the journal Psychological Science.
Men do go through hormonal cycles. That much is established. Their testosterone levels tend to peak first thing in the morning, perhaps in concert with circadian rhythms, and then diminish over the course of the day—though exercise can cause fleeting spikes. What science has yet to show is whether hormones dip and rise over weeks or months, as women’s do.
Oil companies have known about the effects of carbon dioxide emissions from cars far longer than many originally thought, according to recently released documents.
If you’re like a lot of people, you made a resolution to start exercising this year, but you didn’t see it through. Maybe you were too busy, afraid of hurting yourself or just hate going to the gym.
Project Ara, Google’s dream for a truly modular smartphone, has been a long parade of exciting visions of the future punctuated by disappointing delays. But Google just made a big promise that developers will be be getting their hands on a device this fall with a consumer version due in 2017. Finally!
“Resilience is the ability to return to the original form after being bent, compressed, or stretched; elasticity,” photographer Joana Choumali told The Huffington Post.”The ability to recover readily from adversity.”